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Bev Goldman picks 11 top reads for us

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Once again, the doyen of SA Zionist communicators has scoured the web to bring us her best of the best – eleven top Zionism reads from commentators and publications around the globe.
by ANT KATZ | Jan 29, 2015

OPINION AND ANALYSIS

Bev’s top reads for the week ending 28 January 2015 can be found with a full synopsis of each on her Jewish Report blog – simply CLICK HERE.

Here’s a taste of what Bev is serving up this week – check them out, print or share what you like – a great Shabbos read as always:

1. Christians in the Holy Land: don’t call us Arabs - Aryeh Tepper, The Tower, January 2015

2. The delirium of anti-Zionism - Tom Wilson, Commentary Magazine, 25 January 2015

3. Obama’s slap of Israel is shameful and dangerous = Editorial, Savannah Now, 25 January 2015

4. Iran doesn’t need nuclear weapons - Shoshana Bryen, American Thinker, 24 January 2015

5. Time to take it to Iran - Dennis Ross, Eric Edelman & Ray Takeyh, Politico Magazine, 23 January 2015

6. Islamic State deepens its grip in a future Palestine - Khaled Abu Toameh, Gatestone Institute, 23 January 2015

7. Iran’s new terror base against Israel - Yaakov Lappin, Gatestone Institute, 22 January 2015

8. Response to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon from Amb. Alan Baker - Ambassador Alan Baker, JCPA, 21 January 2015

9. The media take us for a walk - Yisrael Medad and Eli Pollak, Jerusalem Post, 21 January 2015

10. Netanyahu can win re-election by fighting corruption - Daniel Doron, Weekly Standard, 19 January 2015

11. Hypocrisy after the Paris terror attacks - Deborah Lipstadt, Tablet Magazine, 16 January 2015

SEE ALL OF BEV’S PREVIOUS BLOGS

1 Comment

  1. 1 Choni 29 Jan
    Bev, Having just been to France, and having family there, I'm sure users would like to hear your opinions regarding the recent events there, and the feelings regarding the future of French Jewry especially thoughts of Aliyah.

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